Second place on a grid for a BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team during a deteriorate culmination – video highlight: BMW M 1000 RR meets warrior jet.

Most. The theatre is set for a final turn of a 2021 FIM
Endurance World Championship (FIM EWC) in a Czech city of Most. In
Thursday’s subordinate session, a BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team
cumulative a good starting position for a six-hour competition on Saturday.
Riders Markus Reiterberger (GER), Ilya Mikhalchik (UKR) and Kenny
Foray (FRA) competent second with a #37 BMW M 1000 RR.


While subordinate is customarily hold over dual days in a FIM EWC, both
sessions of a particular subordinate groups took place on Thursday in
Most. The normal of a fastest times set by any of a team’s riders
in their particular subordinate groups is used to establish a grid
positions. Reiterberger set a unequivocally fastest time of subordinate in his
initial session, with a path of 1:33.191 minutes. The six-hour competition in
Most gets underway during 11:00 CEST on Saturday 9th October.


Video highlight: #37 BMW M 1000 RR meets warrior jet.

‘Ready for take off during a deteriorate finale’ is a sign for a
fantastic video clip, that pays reverence to a joining and
success of a BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team in a FIM EWC
project. In a clip, a organisation and a #37 BMW M 1000 RR accommodate a
warrior jet and uncover that we are prepared to go during a culmination – “Speed up
and quarrel hard”.


The video can be noticed during a following link:


Quotes after subordinate during Most.


Werner Daemen, Team Manager BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team:
“I am unequivocally happy with qualifying. Of course, it would have
been good to be on stick position though a guys from YART have also
been unequivocally quick and we are also happy with second place. Everything is
good prepared for a competition and and we will aim for a win.”


Markus Reiterberger: “So far, a days here in Most
have been unequivocally good, and a subordinate sessions also went very
well. We set a fastest subordinate path of a whole field, that is
something we am unequivocally unapproachable of. We have consistently softened a bike,
that is now in unequivocally good condition, both for a drifting path and over
a full competition distance. we unequivocally like a lane in Most. It is very
cool, though a conditions are glorious for quick laps. We are excellently
versed for a race. We wish we get off to a good start, that the
continue plays ball, and that we get by a competition though any
problems. Then we will unequivocally have a possibility to plea for a win.”


Ilya Mikhalchik: “I am happy with a qualifying
sessions. We done a tiny step from Q1 to Q2. It was my initial time
usng unequivocally soothing tyres and we found a good feeling though we did not have
so many laps so we was clever with a tyres. It was adequate to be
among a tip and we took P2 in my group. The feeling on a bike is
good, also with a competition tyres, so it looks like we are prepared for the
race. So let’s have fun and try to quarrel for a tip in a final race
of a season.”


Kenny Foray: “Already now, we feel unequivocally good on the
bike. For sure, we missed some laps to be unequivocally confident. In Q2, my
gait was not so bad with a competition tyre and we am happy for that. It was
not probable to urge with a subordinate tyre since there was too
most trade and a feeling was not utterly there though we consider P2 is
good and we am assured for a competition since a bike is working
unequivocally good and a gait is good.”